SPECIAL EVENT

WHAT: The Audubon Society Christmas Bird Count (CBC) 

WHEN: Saturday, December 14, 2019

This year is the 119th CBC conducted by the Audubon Society, a tradition started in 1900.

Everyone is welcome to participate.

Exper­tise level is not a criterion, the more eyes and ears we have the better the results.

If interested contact Daniel Stangland, dpstang71@yahoo.

 


WHAT:
Holiday Lights

WHEN: December 22-23, 27-28 staring at 4:30 p.m.

WHERE: 105 North “S” street, Pensacola 32505

Celebrating 38 years with the Wildlife Sanctuary of NW Florida.  This is a free family event.

 

EXPERIENCE

BIRDING THE UPPER AVALON PENINSULA, NEWFOUNDLAND

Leaving Grates Cove heading south, we spied two Black Guillemot in a roadside cove among the usual crowds of massed Black-legged Kittiwakes, Great Black-backed Gulls and Ring-billed Gulls feasting on Capelin.

We had decided to bird Butter Pot Provincial Park on the way to Bareneed and in no time at all, we were a turning off the Trans Canada Highway (TCH) into Butter Pot.  …more

ENJOY

SURVIVAL BY DEGREES: 389 SPECIES ON THE BRINK

Speak up!  Let’s not lose our birds. Our local leaders need to hear your voice seeking policies that reduced pesticide usage and plastic pollutants to protect their habitat.  Escambia and Santa Rosa counties have both immigrating and residential birds from Mississippi Flyway Corridor and the Atlantic Flyway Corridor.  There are over 127 highly vulnerable species in these two major residential and migratory corridors.   …more

CONSERVEREGIONAL PRIORITIES FOR THE UPCOMING YEAR

Think Globally, Act Locally is something Florida Audubon has taken to heart by hosting Regional Conservation Meetings.

Every quarter, members from the four Panhandle Chapters – including Apalachee Audubon, Bay County Audubon, Choctawhatchee Audubon and FMW Audubon Societies meet to discuss …more